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How Do You Remember What Day of the Week it is?

So…I’ve been home with the kids all day all by myself for, let’s see…today is going on day 3.5…and seriously – how do you remember what day of the week it is? I can usually tell what day it is by when I go into work vs. when I work from home vs. when we hit church vs. when we hit Costco (usually πŸ˜‰ ). I’ve had to stop and really think about what day of the week it is for the past two days since they all seem like Saturdays to me (without the Costco run).

I’m seriously curious to know how stay-at-home moms keep their days apart. And while we’re at it … what do you DO with the kids all day? I can fill the typical Saturday/Sunday with fun stuff – but after a few days of the same ‘ol mom stuff (that’s usually fun and exciting), I can see that the kids are already getting bored πŸ˜›

I need some creative ideas to keep ’em going. (preferably non-messy, non-expensive πŸ˜‰ )

My hat goes off to you guys. I love my kids, but I’m so not built for this stay-at-home stuff…especially when we’re all stuck in the house all day! I know. I’m pathetic. *sigh*

2 Responses

  1. It’s true, sometimes I do have a bit of a hard time remembering what day it is. Or, at least, I have to stop and think about it. I was especially bad these two weeks when I was at my mom’s house, as there was really nothing to distinguish one day from the next. My mom was home full-time, and my stepdad is semi-retired, so there was no one going to or from work, or staying home to designate the weekend. And I didn’t have my usual “Tuesdays we go here, Thursdays we have this class, etc.” That’s what usually marks the different days at home.

    Weird, isn’t it? πŸ™‚

  2. I have no idea what day of the week it is. When Scott’s home I assume it’s Saturday or Sunday. Don’t even ask what “number day” it is.

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